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The Workplace of the Future and What Businesses Get Wrong
June 15th, 2017

The Workplace of the Future and What Businesses Get Wrong

To truly succeed and build a culture your employees are happy to be in, you must consider the employee and the workspace. Keep reading to find out why.

Summary

The new way of working is not just about bringing down the walls—it’s about bringing down the old-school style of hierarchical, top-down management. As we reconfigure the space within the four walls we work in, to truly change the traditional workplace model, we need to equally reconfigure the way we think about letting all team members be heard. Kathy Bloomgarden

The biggest mistakes businesses make when configuring the workplace of the future, is only considering the space. So how can businesses get out of this mindset and build a space that creates the right business culture? To find out keep reading. Bloomgarden discusses this further in her blog post found on Fortune.

Who Should Read This Article

Anyone curious about the workplace of the future and what they can do to make their office space match company culture should give this article a once over.

What You Will Learn

Bloomgarden shares her insights into the workplace of the future then shares a few things businesses need to keep in mind when creating this space. She believes businesses need to consider the following:

  • Focusing on the entire team, not one department.
  • Encourage ideas and input.
  • Create various levels of leadership and accountability.

Take Away

To truly succeed and build a culture your employees are happy to be in, you must consider the employee and the workspace.

Read the full article at What Every Business Leader Gets Wrong About ‘the Workplace of the Future’

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